Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia- Global financial markets are still haunted by a number of pressures. After Moody’s cut the credit ratings of several banks in the United States, the rating agency S&P Global Ratings also lowered credit ratings and revised the prospects for five regional banks in Uncle Sam’s country.
Chief Economist BRI Danareksa Sekuritas, Telisa Aulia Falianty, assessed that the turmoil in the US banking sector would have an impact on Indonesia, although it would not be big considering the condition of Indonesia’s strong economic fundamentals.
RI has a number of experiences dealing with crises so that the government and regulators have made a number of anticipations in facing the global financial crisis.
What is the impact of the US banking turmoil on Indonesia? In full, see Shinta Zahara’s dialogue with BRI Danareksa Sekuritas Chief Economist, Telisa Aulia Falianty and General Chair of the Indonesian Research Center Executive Board (DPP REI), Joko Suranto in Squawk Box, CNBC Indonesia (Friday, 25/08/2023)